Five workers of the Sierra Leone Football Association, SLFA were sent home on Wednesday with less than a week to a crucial congress of the association in Makeni.

David Momoh, Abu Maley Conteh, Aiah Dixon Brima, Abu Bakarr Conteh, commonly known as Double Chair and Emerica Jones-Brown were not allowed to enter their offices by the Administrative Officer of the SLFA.

David Momoh told journalists that, "they didn't suspend us, but we were asked out of the building without a letter until further notice...we were shocked and disappointed."


By Zainab Joaque

The Executive Committee of the Sierra Leone Football Association has suffered a major setback with just a week to its ordinary congress in the northern city of Makeni. A meeting chaired by the Secretary to the President Emmanuel Osho-Coker at State House on Monday, concluded with the SLFA being told to reverse its suspension of all delegates, clubs and regional associations from participation at the congress.

SLVA Set for All-Africa Games

By Kemoh Sesay

The national Volleyball team is in training for the All-Africa games due to take place in Senegal from the 16th to the 18th April 2015. The association's head of commission, Mohamed Benson Bawoh told Politico that their technical team has selected the players who would represent the country in Senegal including star players Patrick Lombi and Abubakarr Kamara in the male category.

He said in the female category Josephine Sesay and Zainab Kamara were selected.

Bilily Scores on his Debut

Former FC Kallon Midfield Maestro Mohamed Bilily Bangura has registered his first goal for his Swedish team Harnosand FC. He told Politico after the match that he was "delighted  with my performance despite the fact that we lost the match was a sad moment for the club." He said scoring the consolation goal for his club "means a lot for me as a player who want to play football at the highest level."

Volleyball Teams Qualify for Zonal Stage

By Kemoh Sesay

The national male and female volleyball teams have qualified for the next stage of the CAVB beach volleyball qualifiers for the Olympic Games in Brazil 2016. The male team defeated the host Guinea in the finals by 2 sets to 0 which earned them the gold medal. The female team lost in the finals to Guinea but still secured the silver medal.

Concern for Leone Stars in CAF 2017 Qualifiers

By Kemoh Sesay

Football fans have been discussing the prospects of the senior national side, Leone Stars qualifying for CAF 2017 in Gabon after they were draw in a group with defending champions Ivory coast and rising football nation, Gabon who qualify automatically as host and Sudan.

As SLFA Congress draws near, SWASAL Extend Media Blackout

By Kemoh Sesay

The sports Writers Association of Sierra Leone (SWASAL) yesterday extended their media blackout of SLFA activities for another three months and until they received a written apology from the Football Association. The decision was reached at a general meeting of the body in Freetown.